These days marijuana has become all the rage due to its medicinal properties and its ability to treat various health conditions, ranging from insomnia to glaucoma.
It seems that it is best known for its use as a painkiller and its ability to relieve pain of all kinds, such as pain caused by inflammatory diseases, injuries, and even chemotherapy.
Foria, a company which is focused on producing cannabis-based products, has come up with a new invention which is said to end period cramps for good.
The product itself is called Foria Relief and it is used similarly to tampons, meaning that it is designed to be inserted in the same way. Moreover, it can be used with tampons simultaneously for even more enhanced effects.
These tampons are actually suppositories mad out of organic cocoa butter, CBD isolate, and THC oil. According to Foria, the combination of both THC oil and CBD isolate is meant to “activate certain cannabinoid receptors in the pelvic region when introduced into the body.”
This effect relieves pain and decreases discomfort which is typical for menstruation. Many people who have tried this product swear by its efficacy.
Cannabinoids in this product inhibit pain in the uterus, cervix, and ovaries and also relax the surrounding muscle tissue, which in turn decreases discomfort during menstruation.
How To Use It
Given the fact that Foria Relief relieves pain closest to the area being inserted, it can be inserted vaginally in order to soothe pain in the womb area.
Many users claim that inserting it rectally helps a lot as well as it relieves pain in the hip area and the back, both of which are affected by menstruation.
Generally speaking, this product provides relief about 15-30 minutes after insertion. If you are planning on using it along with regular tampon, make sure you insert it before the tampon.
It is worth noting that it is very likely to experience a leakage a couple of minutes after insertion due to the fact that cocoa butter melts after use.
Foria Relief should be kept in a cool and dry area, preferably a refrigerator. If you store it in a place whose temperature is higher than 76 degrees Fahrenheit, it will melt.